A child attaches coloured ribbons to a giant net

Date: 6 October 2020

Time: 4.15 – 5.30pm

Where: Zoom

Suitable for: Creative and performing arts teachers and leaders from primary, secondary, EYFS, SEND, alternative provision, FE and HE settings. Also open to arts and cultural organisations.

Our free online session will introduce a wide range arts and cultural events, training, learning opportunities and partnerships that you and your school can get involved with this academic year. We will start the session with a focus on the exciting news that Wolverhampton has been selected as the opening city for British Art Show 9 from March to May 2021. British Art Show 9 is acknowledged as one of the most important recurrent touring exhibitions of contemporary art produced in this country and is unrivalled in its scope and national reach. Over 40 contemporary artists will be sharing their work through sculpture, painting, installation, drawing, photography, film, video and performance.

Our online session will include:

Introduction to British Art Show 9 – themes, curators and artists.

How schools, teachers and young people can get involved with the British Art Show 9 Learning Programme plus CPD, funding and training opportunities.

Local and regional arts and cultural opportunities for teachers, schools and young people.

Opportunities to meet creative educators, and cultural organisations including Cultural Education Partnerships, from across the Black Country and the West Midlands to shape upcoming teacher CPD and networking sessions.

To book and register here.

You will need to register in advance for this meeting, this is to help us maximise security.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link and password.

Contact Becky Thompson to find out more.